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Monday, July 3, 2017

End of the road for Geng Farah woman leader

Sabah police bust two criminal gangs, arrest eight locals and seize suspected stolen goods worth RM75,000.
Police-nab-two-gangsKOTA KINABALU: City police busted two criminal gangs, including one led by a woman, and seized suspected stolen goods worth RM75,000 recently.
Geng Farah, led by a 36-year-old local woman, is believed to be behind seven burglaries involving goods worth RM60,000 in the city between February and June.
“The woman, believed to be a leader-operator in the gang, was arrested along with three men aged between 19 and 33, two of whom tested positive for drugs,” said Sabah Police Commissioner Ramli Din.
“They were picked up separately at two locations in the Taman Keramat residential area on June 28,” he told a press conference today.
Ramli said another suspect, 35, believed to be the boyfriend of the woman, was still at large.
Police recovered from the gang 31 loud speakers as well as 14 electrical and electronic gadgets worth RM40,000.
The second group, called Geng Joepy, was brought down when police caught four men, aged between 35 and 45, at Kampung Lok Kawi in Penampang and Lido Square here on June 29.
“All the local men, who tested positive for syabu and had records for burglary, car theft and drug offences, are believed to be responsible for three burglary cases involving RM92,000 worth of goods,” said Ramli.
Police seized mainly electrical and electronic items worth RM35,000 from the gang.
Ramli also said there were fewer fatal motor accidents during the two-week Raya festive season Ops Selamat which concluded Sunday.
Police recorded 11 deaths from 10 accidents this year, down from 22 deaths from 22 accidents in last year’s Raya traffic operation.
The number of serious accidents also dropped, from 16 to nine.
However, the number of traffic summonses during the operation period rose from 11,453 last year to 13,121.
Ramli added that only 8% of the police personnel in Sabah were on leave during the Raya holidays. -FMT

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